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BESPOKE HOLIDAYS
Designed to suit your exact needs!
We specialize in pre and post hunting trip holidays and accommodation in Africa.
Luxury Private Safaris

Luxury Private Safaris

Indulgent and romantic! Here the tradition of warm African hospitality greets you, endless views of the African bush surrounds you…
Classic Wildlife Safaris

Classic Wildlife Safaris

A great safari option for family or friends looking for a wildlife safari with tented accommodation. Amazing wildlife and a…
Birding Safaris

Birding Safaris

Bird Guides are generally expert birders who offer a more personalised service to the serious birder. They are familiar with…
Diving Safaris

Diving Safaris

From spectacular reefs, marine life, and dazzling Indian Ocean coastline, we offer an abundance of tour packages that have it…
Luxury Rail Safaris

Luxury Rail Safaris

Rest, relaxation and indulgence await as you step aboard a reconditioned wood-paneled coaches and enjoy fine cuisine in five-star luxury.…
Photographic Safaris

Photographic Safaris

Whether you’re a professional or an amateur photographer, a photo safari experience in Africa is unparalleled to anywhere else in…

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS!

Below is a list of commonly asked questions. Our local experts strive to give the  best possible answers to all your questions. Click a question below to view the answer.

Seasons in Africa are opposite of North American seasons, so its autumn runs from March through May; spring runs from September through November. According to the Weather Channel, the best general months for an African safari are September, October, March or April, when temperatures aren’t so scorching-hot.

While most countries in southern Africa are well developed and completely safe for tourism – as long as you don’t stray into townships, or walk around at night by yourself (which is obviously silly) – some central and northern African countries are a little more complicated or politically unstable. Your relevant government travel advisory warnings, guide books and trusty all-knowing Google are some of the best sources of information, while chatting with fellow travelers or expats can give you the most up-to-date, on-the-ground info you need.

Despite the large distances, travelling around most of Africa is fairly straightforward, with a reasonably well-organized network of public transport, tour operators, taxis, uber, local airlines and a good range of car rental companies.The only weak point is public transport in urban areas, which is almost universally poor and often dangerous. It’s virtually impossible to get to the national parks and places off the beaten track by public transport; even if you do manage, you’re likely to need a car once you’re there, which is why we suggest a packed tour with a tour operator.

Today, cell phones are as common in South Africa and Nigeria as they are in the United States. Smartphones (those that can access the internet and applications) are less widely used, though significant minorities own these devices in several nations, including 34% of South Africans.

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